when I zoom to fit my assembly zooms far away out of sight and I can not find another part that would be so far away from my assembly how do I find it
Once in awhile a part goes into outer space or you have a dimension that went way out, find and delete it. The way to find which one it is - Suppress every component and then one by one un-suppress each component and after each un-suppress hit the "F" key, when it zooms into outer space delete the last part or dimension
Can be a challenge to find
You can click on a part in the tree and choose the "Zoom to Selection" icon. That will take you to the part.
Another option would be to just click and drag a selection box over what appears to be open space in your graphics area. If there are any parts within that area they should be highlighted in the tree.
I have found all the parts on the tree if I choose top view it works fine if I choose isometric view it zooms out of sight
If the top view is fine, then the only thing I can think of is that there is a stray part (or sketch element, etc.) either directly above or below the rest of the assembly. What happens when you go to the right or left view?
It could also be a dimension, which can be harder to find if you have the annotations turned off -
Russell - check your dimension annotations, are they off or on
thank you I got it now
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